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post #1 of 10
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Since my posted my build log / gallery for MAXxPlanck V2; the wall mounted rig, I’ve gotten many replies and messages saying that they want to build something like this.
Would any of you be interested in buying “wall mounting” kits for your computer? I’m planning on putting together and selling a kit that would allow someone with some rigging experience to easily put together something that’ll look similar to my wall mounted rig.

Kit would include:
  • Acrylic motherboard tray – Flavor of ATX, mini-ATX, eTAX form factor. Includes tapped holes for the standoffs and tray mount.
  • Power supply tray – Will cut to appropriate size based on your PSU.
  • Hard drive tray – Will cut to appropriate size based on the type and number of drives.
  • GPU tray – Will cut to appropriate size based on your GPU.
  • PCIe Extender – This will be the unshielded ribbon cable version 30cm long /w Molex connector for extra power.
  • Carbon fiber sticker – 5’ wide and many feet long. Can cut to whatever size you like.
  • RGB LED Strip + Controller /w IR remote – LED strips will be cut to length to match the various trays. Will also include plug n play wiring for the lights.


You will require a piece of plywood or hardboard to mount all the acrylic trays; A screw simply goes through the board, and threads into tapped holes in the trays to secure it to the board.
You will need to be able to cut slots and drill holes in the board for various cables and the PCIe extender.
You will need to come up with a wall mount mechanism for your board.


I’m thinking to sell the whole kit for around $200 plus shipping.
Any thoughts & feedback is appreciated.
Thanks!
post #2 of 10
My only thought on this is make an application for a Artisan position on OCN, and get selling.
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post #3 of 10
I think that this would sell pretty well with people looking to do something different with their machine set ups. I think what you did is really interesting and cool and that some people would like to emulate your design. I would personally be able to do the work to create a wall mount, but many people don't want to put forth the effort that you did and will buy it. biggrin.gif I'm with Dman, apply for Artisan and sell this!
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post #4 of 10
I am interested in purchasing the smaller mod. I have posted on the mini - http://www.overclock.net/t/1460322/gallery-wall-mount-rig-maxxplanck-mini-completed/10#post_21915265. Please contact me when you get a chance.. That new build I am doing is for an office PC and not a gaming PC. I will also need one for a gaming PC as well.

Kind regards,
Stephen
post #5 of 10
Not sure how popular LAN centers are but they would be perfect for one.
post #6 of 10
Both mod's make me drool...drool.gif

But let's say someone took apart his pc and wants to hang it on the wall;
the MAXxPlanck V2 seems to big, and the MAXxPlanck_mini seems a tiny bit to small.
I would be looking for something in between; like the mini, but with 2 additional 'seatings'.thumb.gif
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post #7 of 10
I am just hoping this gentlemen replies.. I really want to get this started. Very excited. I too will also need a spot for a 2nd sata drive plus the parts in my list and a hole for the 80i water cooling fan. Please come back soon Mr. PRO. I need to get this built smile.gif
post #8 of 10
I will definitely buy one. This is perfect for someone like me who has no problem spending time and putting forth effort, but has no access to the tools needed.
post #9 of 10
This is perfect for someone like me who has no problem spending time and putting forth effort, but has no access to the tools needed.tc1yGG
post #10 of 10
Id be interesting in just buying the acrylic and LED strips.
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